Re-Test: Unit 6 / Reconstruction
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This was a farming system in which landowners provided the land and materials, while a tenant provided the skilled labor, giving two-thirds of the harvest back to the landowner.29
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This was a farming system in which landowners provided the land and materials, while a tenant provided the skilled labor, giving two-thirds of the harvest back to the landowner.
In response to the 13th Amendment, these regulations were passed by southern states to keep freed people in a slave-like condition after the Civil War.
This amendment to the Constitution guaranteed all male citizens of the United States the right to vote.
This Supreme Court Justice believed that all citizens were equal before the law regardless of race and therefore dissented from the decision of “separate, but equal”.
Booker T. Washington
John Marshall Harlan300sEditDelete
This amendment to the Constitution officially banned slavery in the United States.
This individual encouraged African Americans to make themselves necessary to the South’s economy by getting an education and being trained in a skill.
Booker T. Washington
John Marshall Harlan
He was the trial attorney who served on the case that would overturn the results of Plessy v. Ferguson.
John Marshall Harlan
Booker T. Washington300sEditDelete
These were opportunists who traveled from the North into the South during Reconstruction, looking for opportunities to make money or “get rich off the misfortunes of the South”.
This Reconstruction Plan provided amnesty to all southerners who took an oath of loyalty to the North, which included requiring Southern States to abolish slavery, but permitted the denial of voting rights to African Americans.
This person carried out the assassination of the 16th United States President.
John Wilks Booth
John Wilkins Booth
John Wilkes Booth300sEditDelete
This compromise ended the military occupation of the South in return for the southern Democrats' agreement to accept Rutherford B. Hayes as President of the United States.
Compromise of 1877
Compromise of Atlanta300sEditDelete
The legal decision reached in this court case made it easier to promote the unfortunate practice of segregation.
Brown v. Board of Education
Roe v. Wade
Plessy v. Ferguson300sEditDelete
The conspiracy to attack Vice President Andrew Johnson on the same night that Lincoln was shot at Ford’s Theater included an attack against the Secretary of State, ____________.
Ulysses S. Grant
Which was not a privilege that freed people experienced during Reconstruction?
Pursuit of education
Participation in the election process
Ability to freely move throughout the south300sEditDelete
Which best expresses the relationship between the legal cases of Brown v. Board of Education and Plessy v. Ferguson?
The Brown case reaffirmed the Plessy legal decision.
The Brown case overturned the Plessy legal decision.
The Plessy case overturned the Brown legal decision.300sEditDelete
After Reconstruction ended, what did many southern states do to enforce segregation?
Created grandfather clauses
Created slave codes
Created Jim Crow laws300sEditDelete
Which excused most whites from voting restrictions?
The Supreme Court decision in Plessy v. Ferguson established which of these?
Jim Crow Laws were illegal
segregation was illegal
the precedent of “separate, but equal”300sEditDelete
As a result of the Compromise of 1877, who became President of the United States?
Rutherford B. Hayes
Ulysses S. Grant300sEditDelete
What did Redeemers believe they were “redeeming”?
returning the white ruling class to a position of power
the influence of religion in the South
establishing political power to African Americans300sEditDelete
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